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    Level 3 test Depending on the number of students and their Chinese proficiency the advanced class may be further divided into smaller learning groups Textbook Kuaile Hanyu Happy Chinese Targeted children Children with a vocabulary of 300 Chinese words Class hours 2 4pm every Saturday January 16th 2016 May 31st 2016 First class January 16th 2016 Location Belfield campus UCD Fees 200 for 18 sessions Online registration click here Online payment click here Phone registration 01 716 3000 For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Let our children enjoy learning Chinese and progress in a relaxed environment 25 Aug Written by Super User Diploma in Teaching Chinese Programme Title Professional Diploma in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture Programme Overview This course is designed to meet the growing demands of Chinese teaching and learning in schools in Ireland For teachers who have already mastered the pedagogy in Irish schools but do not have sufficient knowledge of Chinese language and culture this course will provide them with the opportunity to develop and enhance their competence in teaching Chinese language and culture in schools Any teachers who are qualified to teach in schools in Ireland or who are interested in working in a relevant areaand have passed the entry examination for this course held by Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD are eligible to apply for this course Duration 1 year part time Qualification Awarded For the students who have successfully completed the programme an award GPA is calculated and a professional diploma in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture in School is awarded Awarding Institution Body Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD in conjunction with UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Entry requirements This programme is designed for those who hold a teaching qualification for teaching in secondary schools or whoare interested in working in a relevant areaand have passed the entry examination which is equivalent to Chinese Proficiency Test HSK level 2 or above and grasp 300 Chinese characters click here to see details All applicants who meet these criteria are eligible for consideration for an offer HSK for Diploma Fees 2 985 Scholarships Students can apply for the scholarship provided by the Confucius Institute Headquarters Hanban which will partially cover your tuition fees Curriculum This one year part time course comprises three modules Teaching Chinese Language and Culture I semester 1 Teaching Chinese Language and Culture II semester 2 Chinese Teaching Methodology and Practice I semester 3 Career This programme will introduce you to the knowledge and competences required to successfully deliver a Chinese language and culture course in schools You will possess a certain level of standard for spoken and written Chinese language and upon completing the course you should pass the Chinese Proficiency Test HSK level 3 You will also be able to demonstrate specialised knowledge and understanding of Chinese language and culture as well as apply your knowledge and understanding of Chinese language and

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    REALLY need to know Failure of payment before deadline will cause cancellation of your registration Payment without completion of online registration will NOT be accepted 11 What is the last IMPORTANT thing I need to do before taking the exam Please log in the test service website www chinesetest cn by inputting the user name and password and then print your Test Admission Card on the Personal Center page Printing of the card is available 7 10 days before the test in general If you fail to print it please send email to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for query Don t forget to bring it to the exam Please make sure you are familiar enough with the route to the exam venue on UCD Belfield campus 12 Anything I can use to prepare for the exam Please visit http www chinesetest cn godownload do for free downloading of past paper and syllabus 13 When can I know the result of the exam The result of the exam will be accessible ONE month after the exam Please go to www chinesetest cn and check 14 When and how can I get my score report Usually your score report will arrive at UCD Confucius Institute 6 7 weeks after the exam You can come and collect it in person when noticed 10 Mar Written by Super User How to register and apply test How to register and apply test in website of Chinese International Test Service How to register How to apply for a test How to pay registration fee How to print your test admission card How to register 1 Log on the following website using Microsoft Internet Explorer http www chinesetest cn To change to English version click the arrow and choose English 2 Click the link New user 3 In the pop up window fill in all the information required After you have filled in all the information and made sure there is no mistake then click the button Submit You will see the message as follows This means your registration has been completed Back to top How to apply for a test 1 Log in on the test application page You can just click the link Register now when you get to the Successfully registered as a website user message just mentioned above Or after you login the website http www chinesetest cn fill in your email address and password used in your registration in User name and Password boxes respectively then click the link log in 2 In newly opened page hit the link Test Registration 3 Find and click the link with the test you want to apply for on the left 4 Hit the button Register Now on the upper right hand corner in the next window 5 After filling in the information required and you have made sure there is no error hit the button Submit 6 When you submit successfully a new

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    Wood College S J Belvedere College S J Blackrock College Jesus and Mary College Galway Education Centre Our Lady s School Terenure Resource Teaching Pack Sample Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Subcategories Institute Staff Management Team Executive Board Full Time Teaching Staff Part Time Teaching Staff Part Time Admin Staff video list 5000 Years of Chinese Characters Confucius PhD Forum Interview at Two

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  • Irish Secondary School Principals Return with Deeper Understanding from Fourth Trip to China Organised by UCD Confucius Institute
    Centre These attractions were chosen to showcase the best of both traditional and modern China On the morning of Monday the 27th of October the principals visited the headquarters of the Confucius Institute Guided by Tian Fangzhou a project official they participated in the traditional cultural activities of paper cutting Chinese calligraphy and traditional Chinese music They also took part in an interactive Q A session where they gained a better understanding of Chinese culture In the Chinese Text Book Exhibition Centre the principals were very impressed with and spoke highly of the teaching resources and textbooks designed by Hanban The Office of Chinese Language Council International On Wednesday the principals were invited to visit the high school affiliated to Renmin University During their grand tour of the campus they discussed the school s extracurricular activities with their host Following this they attended a meeting with the principal of the school Zhai Xiaoning and covered topics such as managing overseas students and teachers supporting and empowering teachers and teaching Chinese in China and overseas On Friday the Irish principals were invited to visit the No 4 High School Beijing Ma Li the dean of the School Affairs Office introduced the history and development of the school After this the principals took part in an English class where they engaged with teachers and students of the school These activities were organised so that the principals could gain a clearer picture of the differences and similarities between education in Ireland and China After the trip the Irish principals told us that the trip had given them a deeper understanding of Chinese culture and its development along with a brand new outlook on China In the future they all hope to work closely with the UCD Confucius Institute to push forward the teaching

    Original URL path: http://cii.ie/cii/news/item/251-irish-secondary-school-principals-return-with-deeper-understanding-from-fourth-trip-to-china-organised-by-ucd-confucius-institute (2016-02-09)
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  • First Winter Camp in China for Irish Secondary School Students Organised by UCD CII
    Great Wall and the Terra Cotta Warriors and gained a unique insight into ancient Chinese culture through their experience In the headquarters of the Confucius Institute in Beijing the students learnt paper cutting Chinese calligraphy and tried out traditional Chinese music and dress The question answer activities about Chinese culture gave students a chance to delve deeper into the teachings of Confucius and others while browsing the abundant selection of teaching materials gave students more confidence to take their Chinese learning further In RUC and the High School affiliated to BNU the students also learned some additional Chinese culture about Chinese calligraphy In the class they learnt how to use maobi traditional writing brushes to draw bamboo pictures and to write Chinese characters such as 正 人 美 爱 fully understanding the meaning of the calligraphy and painting In the Confucius class in the High School affiliated to BNU the students learned more about Chinese music listened to some performances and returned the favour by performing some Irish music After that the students chatted eagerly with a group of Irish university students studying in China to learn more about their life and studies away from home The principals of Jesus Mary College and the High School affiliated to BNU both hoped to establish a platform for students in the two countries to communicate with each other online The trip gave the Irish students a unique opportunity to leave the classroom and get face to face and hands on with Chinese language and culture Their experience greatly enhanced their interest in all things Chinese and will spur them on to greater study and involvement in the future Winter Camps such as this will further promote the communication and interaction on education between the schools in the two countries and help develop

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  • 10th Anniversary of Confucius Institutes Worldwide
    Dublin Students from 40 secondary schools and colleges exhibit their learning outcomes through 20 booths which included the Chinese Zodiac Peking Opera mask painting Guzheng Chinese calligraphy and photos and stories of their real experiences in China There were also 8 performances involving folk songs Guzheng dancing Sanjuban and Kongfu The dance entitled Little Apple brought the event to a delightful climax and collected the first prize 5 more exhibitors were awarded the second and third prizes Ambassador Xu Jianguo pointed out On the 10th anniversary of the first Confucius Institute today s Confucius Institute Day provides a platform where the students will not only have a joyful day but also learn from each other s experiences and improve their knowledge of Chinese language and culture Indeed this was not only a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Confucius Institute worldwide but also an exhibition of the outcomes of Chinese learning in Ireland The event attracted more than 500 Irish students and friends and was a great success Apart from the exhibition and performance the UCD CII Chinese teachers also arranged various culture workshops such as Chinese calligraphy Guzheng and Hulusi instrument demonstrations Chinese knots and Chinese paper cutting The Irish students and friends were able to experience Chinese culture highlights on the spot Many parents of students said they hoped their children would have more opportunities to experience first hand Chinese culture like these The UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland established in 2006 is now working with more than 50 Irish schools in teaching Chinese language and culture Other teaching programmes include evening classes training programmes for local teachers etc The total number of registered students with the UCD CII are 5 300 each year Ambassador Xu concluded As a model Confucius Institute the UCD Confucius Institute has

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  • UCD Confucius Institute organized 3rd Irish Local Teacher training in China
    2014 making the group the biggest of local teacher training from Ireland This is an intensive 2 week Chinese language and culture course in East China Normal University During their 2 weeks stay in China these teachers were given emersion Chinese classes and practical workshops including calligraphy paper cutting Chinese knotting and tea ceremony Visiting famous attractions such as the Oriental Pearl TV Tower Yu Garden and Zhujiajiao also impressed the teachers with first hand experience of Chinese culture UCD Confucius Institute established training projects for Irish teachers since 2010 By the end of 2012 13 school years there were 56 teachers delivering the Chinese culture and language course independently The figure shows that among the schools that have been running Chinese culture and language course over 50 of them are relying on Irish local teachers instead of teachers from China The compatibility is making Irish teachers teaching Chinese a reality Thanks for sharing About The Author Super User Close Related Articles Volunteer Chinese Teachers from UCD CI Participate in the Collaborative Teaching Experience Seminar for CII UCD Confucius Institute organised its first Chinese Exam Winter Camp Launch of the Expert Group Overseas Chinese Teachers Training Programme by the UCD

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  • Sino-European Research Centre for Creative Economy launched in UCD
    and in the process of changing the development mode of economy creative economy is the inevitable approach Ambassador Xu said that it is absolutely the right time for UCD Confucius Institute and China Creative Economy Research Institute to found Sino European Research Centre for Creative Economy and that the study of it is far from enough to meet the demand of practice He hoped that the Research Centre could make the best use of the industrial and resource advantages of Ireland and Europe increase the research capability of creative economy serve and cooperate with industries between China and Ireland and between China and Europe The Chinese Embassy in Ireland will provide support and assistance whenever needed Professor Liming Wang Director of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland welcomed the establishment of the Centre and said the European Commission has total budget of 445 million for the Culture Sub programmes from 2014 to 2020 under Creative Europe 2014 2020 and 38 million for 2015 to reinforce the cultural and creative sectors capacity to operate transnationally and internationally Therefore the establishment of the Research Centre is not only timely but also historically significant in building the bridge in creative sectors between Europe and China The keynote speaker at the Inaugural International Conference on Creative Economics is Professor Tiejun Wang from Beijing who founded China Creative Economy School According to Professor Wang Professor John Hawkins from the United Kingdom first proposed the concept of creative industry in 1997 and since then the theoretical framework for creative economics has not been completely established yet Professor Tiejun Wang proposed a theoretical framework for creative economics in 2012 and thereafter founded and set up China Creative Economy Research Institute and China Creative Economy School to promote research on creative economics especially its theoretical framework learning application and

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